Posts by Ngoc Hien

Workshop talks ASEAN wildlife protection

The People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) held a workshop in Hanoi on November 6 to discuss promoting cooperation among social organizations in the fight against wildlife and timber smuggling in ASEAN.

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Webinar discusses fate of Mekong River

PanNature, a Vietnamese not-for-profit organization, in collaboration with the Mekong Community Institute of Thailand (MCI) and the NGO Forum on Cambodia, organized a webinar themed “The Fate of the Mekong River: Current Development and Future Perspectives” on November 5 within the framework of the ASEAN People’s Forum 2020.

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Recommendations for VPA/FLEGT Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanism

On August 14, 2020, at the People and Nature Reconciliation (PanNature) office, representatives of RECOFTC Vietnam, WWF Vietnam (participating online), and PanNature had a meeting with the VPA/FLEGT  Monitoring and Evaluation advisory group to provide recommendations on the development of the draft framework.

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‘Treasury’ of biodiversity discovered in Kon Tum

Surveys about biodiversity by Fauna & Flora International (FFI) have uncovered a ‘treasury’ of rare and precious rare animals in Kon Long district in Kon Tum province.

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Workshop “Promoting the Role of Ethnic Minority and Mountainous Communities in Environmental Protection”

Hai Phong, September 25th, 2020 – PanNature, in cooperation with Committee for Ethnic Affairs, held a workshop “Promoting the role of ethnic minority and mountainous communities in environmental protection – Orientation, mechanisms, and policies in the Environmental Protection Law”.

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Special Report: Civil society increasingly shapes forest laws in the Mekong region

On September 1, 2020,  RECOFTC (Regional Community Forestry Training Center) released a new report titled “Civil society increasingly shapes forest laws in the Mekong region”, focusing on how countries across the Mekong region are opening up decision-making processes to civil society as they reform policies and laws governing forests.

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Shaping a sustainable future in the forests of the A Luoi Valley

The A Luoi Valley bears the scars of war and suffered the tactical use of herbicides. Today it also faces the challenges of deforestation, reforestation, and struggles for resources between diverse stakeholder groups. How do people in the A Luoi Valley in Vietnam manage their forestland in times of accelerated climate change, and what are their livelihood needs?

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Vietnam calls halt to wildlife imports, illegal markets

Vietnam would halt importing and trading wild animals either dead or alive, according to a directive from Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc issued Thursday.

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A ‘treasure trove’ of biodiversity found in Kon Tum Province, but it remains under grave threat

On July 21, 2020,  Fauna & Flora International (FFI) has revealed a treasure trove of rare wildlife in Kon Plong, Kon Tum Province. Home to many threatened species and rich biodiversity, Kon Plong deserves to be considered one of the most valuable forests for conservation in the whole of Vietnam.

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Data Literacy Training

The first training in a series of training courses on data literacy is organized by PanNature in collaboration with Open Data Institute (ODI) in Ha Long, Quang Ninh province from July 6 to 10.

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